- Geoquip Marine will continue to work with Equinor and Polenergia to provide crucial geotechnical data for Bałtyk I offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.
- Polenergia and Equinor have joined forces to collaboratively develop the offshore wind farms Bałtyk I, II, and III in the Polish Baltic Sea, with the aim of providing sustainable electricity to over 4 million households in Poland.
- The Geoquip Marine team will conduct a Comprehensive Reconnaissance Geotechnical Investigation to acquire essential geological data for the construction using The Dina Polaris.
Geoquip Marine, a specialist in acquiring, analysing, and reporting offshore geotechnical data for globally significant projects, will continue to work with Equinor and Polenergia to provide data to facilitate the construction of the MFW Bałtyk I offshore wind farm, located in the Polish Baltic Sea.
Bałtyk I of a capacity of up to 1,56 GW, is one of the three flagship offshore wind projects developed jointly by Equinor and Polenergia. Together with 1,44 GW from Bałtyk II and Bałtyk III, they significantly support Poland’s energy transition. Geoquip Marine was instrumental in developing these initial wind farms, providing comprehensive geotechnical data as input for the design and installation.
Geoquip Marine’s core objective in this new contract is to conduct a comprehensive Reconnaissance Geotechnical Investigation to acquire essential geological data for the Bałtyk I offshore wind farm project. This data will play a pivotal role in comprehending the geological stratigraphy and lateral variations within the Baltic Sea, enabling the refinement of preliminary foundation and cable concepts.
The Geoquip Marine team anticipates the need to navigate challenging soil conditions and will rely on the experience of the previous works on Baltyk II & II, the experienced crew and Dina Polaris to confidently circumvent any difficulties.
Geoquip Marine’s commitment to excellence, technical prowess, and established track record in delivering high-quality geotechnical data and analysis make it the proven partner in the Baltic Sea for Equinor and Polenergia.